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? was at a defense mechanism by the defense department? >> guest: no, it was a purely preemptive effort to slow the nuclear weapons processing capability of iran. >> host: you mention charlie miller and mr. miller is in st. louis and he joins us today on "the communicators." mr. miller, what was your goal in breaking into the iphone? >> guest: in that particular case it was for a concept like robert mentioned. they had hackers across the world and they had various devices. if you break into a device you can wind some cash in the device also. i won the contest a few times. earlier my career was more about showing things like iphones or you know, apple software were vulnerable because it really was an believe that it was but now it's just -- i have shown vulnerabilities in the iphone and attacks where i can send a text message to the iphone and taken over. all these are fixed now. part of the contest is all these vulnerabilities being fixed. a fun way to show off your skills and so everyone gets protected by the attacks it. >> host: how long did it take you to break into this iphone and from wher
purpose? was it a defense mechanism, the defense department? >> no, it was a purely offensive, pre-emptive effort to slow the nuclear weapons processing capability of iran. >> you mentioned a charlie miller, and mr. miller is in st. louis, joining us today. mr. miller, what was your goal in breaking into the iphone? >> well, and the particular case, it was for a contest, like robert mentioned. they have this contest every year. hackers across the world enter it. they have various devices. if you break into the devices, you win some cash it and devices also. i want contests earlier in my career. it was more about showing things like the iphone or desktops running apple software are vulnerable, because it was not really believed it was. now it is just i have shown vulnerabilities in the iphone, have shown a tax where i could send a text message to the iphone and taken over. these are all fixed now. part of the contest is all of these areas are fixed. it is a fun way to show what skills and everybody gets protected by the attacks we come up with. >> how long did it take you to break i
new york times." >> host: and what was its purpose? was it a defense mechanism? was it the defense department? >> guest: no. it was purely a offensive, preemptive effort the slow the nuclear weapons processing capability of iran. >> host: well, you mentioned charlie miller, and mr. miller is in st. louis, and he joins us today on "the communicators." mr. miller, what was your, what was your goal in breaking into the iphone? >> guest: well, in that particular case it was for a contest, like robert mentioned. they have this contest every year, hackers across the world enter it, and they have various devices. if you can break into the devices, you win some cash and the device itself. so that was my goal. i won that contest a few times. earlier in my career it was more about showing that things like iphones or, you know, desktops running apple software were vulnerable because it wasn't believed that it was, but now it's just, you know, i've shown vulnerables in iphone, i've found attacks where i can take over an iphone in the past. all these are fixed now because part of the contest is
and so-called defense. would you agree that we need reform this as well, it is nothing that would save us money their? >> yeah, that's okay. i think that there are two sides of the same equation. rand paul says that we cannot cut the debt or do something to address the deficits without looking at domestic spending and four in spending. that's how we will have to compromise. would you come up from the liberals perspectives they we need to do something with the entitlement system. maybe some way to save money. >> we have done that. obamacare is deficit reduction. it quantifies specifically because a lot of it is experimental. most folks who look at this thing the main drivers of deficit and debt is excessive health care spending. he doesn't deny your health care that you need. the obamacare plan is to try on a bunch of things and see what works the best. let's learn as we go. so it strikes me as very shortsighted. even if you don't like it from the get-go, i was not onboard in 1996, we gave it a shot. in some ways, it worked better than i thought it would. but it was good to try it and see
? that is right, i said stonewalling, is it a cover-up, i talk with former defense secretary, do donald rumsfeld at that, next. ♪ lou: well, let's turn now to developments on benghazi. the white house tonight denying reports it refused to rescue american diplomats in benghazi. the obama administration resisting responsibility, instead blaming the intelligence community for false statements and contradictions. cia director david patraeus director stood up for his agency and his people saying, no one at any level in the cia told anybody not to help those in need. we talk with former defense secretary donald rumsfeld who serve for u.s. presidents, and i ask him about the unusual patraeus statement. >> it is not that unusual if you think back about a week ago when statements out of the white house and the administration seemed to suggest that the intelligence community has been deficient in their work and seemed to be throwing the cia under the boss a little bit. and this reaction back from the cia is, i think possibly reasonably predictable even though as you suggest, it is unusual. lou: in the c
, and they will tell you defensive medicine occurs right here and in every community across america. if they make a mistake, they know they are going to be taken to court, but it is the doctors doing two procedures instead of one or checking into a hospital instead of outpatient service. we can talk about health care plans, the opportunity to buy health insurance. we can talk about the opportunity of allowing bigger pools to be created, expanding programs so we have more family practice. these are ideas we are willing and ready to prepare. we are not allowed to. >> senator tester, there are polls that show that montana and steve not like affordable care act. how can you sell it? >> that is the bottom line were you have a pre-existing condition. i am glad the congressman talk about selling across the state lines, about increasing general practitioners and family practice in the health-care bill. there is a lot of stuff in the health-care bill. i always get accused of not reading it. the bottom line is the health- care bill extends health care for eight years. the mistake that was made was that we
: five points one way or the other? >> it could but -- they are playing defense on too many places. >> rose: i hear you. so the republicans are likely to win the house. >> keep the house. >> rose: boehner returns around the senate could go either way, according to late changes and specific races. there is ill hf a dozen or more specific races i defy anybody to tell you who is going to win them. >> rose: and nobody knows who is going to win the presidency. there is no strong argument, even though, even though people who and i am thinking specifically, specifically, of nate silver, who talks to me at the back end of this program, about if you look at the lead, who has the lead over, 70 percent, five percent of the time that person wisdom the election. that is looking at previous elections. >> here is something about all of the polls this cycle and here is why you have difference between the two candida campaigns and some of the public polls. who is going to vote? who is going to vote? the president is relying on low propensity voters, young voters, african-american voters, hispanic
as a country but we don't play defense very well. and that's the problem. even our own-- . >> rose: if are you playing defense you can lose one time and you have lost the game. >> precisely so they can do lots of things. and it's something that we as a country have to focus on, have to put resources into. i mean obviously this is the after smat of this hurricane is going to require lots of resoces too. but cyberterrorism is a reality. to know that people are doing things to out the world, you know, shutting down countries. we've seen for, we saw what happened in the ukraine with the russians doing it, kpon knowledge. >> rose: what is happening in mali right now a lot of other places. >> absolutely. so it's going to be the new frontier. it's going to be the new front in the war. >> rose: when you look at what you have had to do, what has been the hardest thing for you as being in charge of new yrk police. >> at inn this storm. >> rose: in response to this storm. >> well, you know, just the requirement of having a large numbers of police officers in the affected areas. we are shutting down or gr
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about what are you going to do about coastal cities, what sort of defenses will you put in place if you want to have a city like manhan that's right on the coast, it's at sea level. can we not have that many people living close to the sea. we have almost 4 million americans living a if few feet of high tide. is it right to be insuring that kind of property as well. we also have to think about climate change. we can argue endlessly really and scientists do over exactly how much climate change plays what role with weather. but we know enough to take steps to deal with it. we know enough to have a plan in place to reduce carbon emissions over time. we don't have absolute certainly in foreign policy and the economy, we can't wait around until we know for certain we need to take steps now. >> rose: that's what the mayorpoind to, carbon attacks or maybe able to measure carbon standards. where is there a model, steve, of a city in the world that's responded to the challenge? >> well, it depends on how much wealth you have. i mean holland, the netherlands is essentially an engineered country
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: romney has been on the defensive for months on his position on auto bailout, now taking it right to the president. their skirmishes back and forth about this issue on the auto industry show how important it is, especially in ohio, which could hold the key to the white house. there are 800,000 people in jobs related to the auto industry in that state. charlie and norah, they could be decisive. >> jan crawford, thank you so much. national journal white house correspondent major garret is here. let's talk about what jan was just reporting on. why has the fight on the auto bailout gotten so nasty here in the end? >> the obama campaign -- from the romney/ryan ticket that the bailout is sending jobs to china. production may eventually be in china on jeeps. as chrysler and gm have pointed out, jeep, which is a chrysler brand, and gm, also producing autos in northern ohio, aren't shrinking their production. they're expanding it. the obama campaign believes they have the facts and narrative on their side. talking to senior romney advisers last night, they don't regret making the charge bu
's politically managed bankruptcy. >> reporter: now romney has been on the defensive for months on his position on the auto bailout. he's now taking it right to the president and their skirmishes back and forth about the auto industry shows how important it is especially in ohio which could hold the key to the white house. there are 800,000 people in jobs related to the auto industry in that state and charlie and norah they could be decisive. >> jan crawford, thank you so much. national journal white house correspondent major garrett is here. let's talk about what jan was just reporting on why is this fight over the auto bailout gotten so nasty here at the ♪ >> because the obama campaign responded if he roshow usually to what they knew was a game changing charge from the romney-ryan ticket. bailout is sending jobs to china. production may eventually be in china on jeeps. but it's chrysler and gm pointed out, jeep which is a chrysler brand and gm also producing autos in northern ohio aren't shrinking their production they are expanding it. so the obama campaign believes they have the facts and
and a low we have coast guard and department of defense all positions, if the public is not following instructions, that makes it more dangerous and means it could have picked holidays that could have been avoided. transportation will be tied up for a long time and probably most significant impact for a lot of people in addition to flooding will be getting power back on. there will be a lot of trees down, a lot of water and despite the fact the power companies are working very closely with the various state officials to make sure they're bringing it in those ready for preparations of the storm, the fact is they will not be able to get into positions to start restoring power until the wind has died down and because the nature of the storm, that could take several days, so republic's anticipate there will be a lot of power outages and it may take time for that power to get back on. same is true with transportation. even after the storm has cleared, it will take considerable amount of time for airlines, subways, trains and so forth potentially to get back on schedule depending on the amo
, he faces life in prison. his defense team is still trying to send the case to juvenile court. >>> well, nassau has compiled a first ever list of minerals found on another planet. the curiosity rover on mars finds the soil on the red planet remarkably similar to the volcanic sand found in hawaii. now, this discovery will help scientists figure out if our neighbor in the solar system could once have supported life. >>> and broadway actor and choreographer jacob brent issued a call to musical arms from times square urging his fellow performers to help life new york city performers after sandy blew through. dozens of performers showed up. ♪ the sun will come out tomorrow ♪ ♪ but you've got to hang on until tomorrow ♪ ♪ come what may ♪ tomorrow, tomorrow, i love you, tomorrow ♪ >> you can join from n from home. the performers managed to he head -- to raise some cash for the red cross before they headed back to their new jobs over on broadway. it's 719 on -- ♪ today, today >> saw that coming, tamron. >> thank you very much. >> got to love her spirit. >> let's go bac
life in prison. his defense team is still trying to send the case to juvenile court. >>> nasa has compiled a first ever list of minerals found on another planet. the curiosity rover on mars finds the soil on the red planet remarkably similar to the volcanic sand found in hawaii. this discovery will help scientists figure out if our neighbor in the solar system could once have supported life. >>> and yet another shark attack in california, but unlike last week's victim the 25-year-old surfer bitten on tuesday has survived. he's been hospitalized and is in fair condition. fellow surfers helped rescue the man who was suffering from a 14-inch bight from what experts say was likely a great white shark. >>> the city by the bay is shutting down today for a ticker tape parade to honor the 2012 world series champion san francisco giants. the celebration is build as a family-friendly alcohol-free event. many fans are expected to show up in costume since the parade is happening on halloween and the team colors are orange and black. and marry cory booker did not disappoint during sandy and is
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